Norwalk city zoning officer James Frado confirmed Wednesday a number of properties -- most slated for potential economic development -- were in violation of city law.
Frado was specifically referring to parcels at the Norwalk Commons on the city's north side and about three in the industrial park on Republic Street.
"That needs to be cut," Frado said when shown a photo of the high weeds and grass at 204 Republic St.
"I'll be in touch with the property owner to get that taken care of," he added. "At the industrial park, I'm very confident that will be taken care of immediately."
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